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'''Michael Symes''' (born 31 October 1983) is an English professional association football|footballer who plays as a Forward (association football)|striker for Southport F.C.|Southport. He started his career as a trainee with Everton F.C.|Everton, playing in attack with future England national football team|England international Wayne Rooney. He moved to Bradford City A.F.C.|Bradford City after he failed to break into the Everton side but after two injury-ravaged seasons with Bradford he moved to Shrewsbury Town F.C.|Shrewsbury Town, following a short loan (association football)|loan spell. He spent three seasons with Shrewsbury, then joined Accrington Stanley F.C.|Accrington Stanley in July 2009 after a loan period the previous season. His most successful campaign in terms of goal, as of the 2009–10 season, was with Accrington, which resulted in a summer move to newly promoted Bournemouth. He has had a...
Birth date{{birth date and age|df=yes|1983|10|31}}
Birth placeGreat Yarmouth, England
CurrentclubSouthport F.C.|Southport
PositionForward (association football)|Striker
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